hope you were not doing both p95 and IBT at the same time
that would be difficult
when you run hwinfo64 you want sensors only when you open it initially, this will show all your voltages/temps.
Do you have more then one stick of ram in? everything seems normal there
When you open prime95 and get to that screen it automatically starts working and puts your computer on a heavy load, if any of them say worker failed or worker stopped before you tell it to, then there is instability and you may need more volts (or less volts, or less LLC or more LLC
LLC (load line calibration [or control])can be a tricky contributor, not sure if your rev even has it but usually set that to "high" or sometimes higher. Must monitor your voltage levels and offset:
Must use sensor monitor to make sure your in safe temperature:
(use the yellow one NOT the red)
make sure you look up whatever processor you have and find the safe max temp (TJMax).
you can also look up and download OCCT and this can help because it has graph monitoring, you can use it to monitor how well LLC is working. LLC basically boosts your voltage during loads. You dont want to over boost but you also dont want to under-boost either. So you want to find the one that keeps you closest to idle voltage, thats not jolty or unstable usually high, very high or extreme or even sometimes people have issues and it has to be disabled and have to account for LARGE vdroop (which is ok, but sucks to try to get stable). As soon as you turn occt on it loads your pc and you can watch what your voltage does, if it droops significantly up the llc, if it boosts instead try lowering it, but boost is still ok if its minimal, just want to find closest to normal idle voltage during loads that isnt jolty or unstable.
Anyways thats kinda confusing let me know if you need more help figuring it outEdited by dmfree88 - 8/22/13 at 1:23pm